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28 companies offered ownership interests in Norway licensing round

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28 companies have received offers of ownership interests in a total of 53 production licences on the Norwegian Shelf in the Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) 2021.

Norway’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy assessed applications from a total of 31 companies during autumn 2021.

Of the 53 production licences, 28 are in the North Sea, 20 are in the Norwegian Sea and 5 are in the Barents Sea. 17 of the production licences are additional acreage to existing production licences.

Equinor was awarded 26 new production licences: 12 licences as operator and 14 licences as partner. 12 are in the North Sea, 10 in the Norwegian Sea and 4 in the Barents Sea.

Lundin Energy was awarded interests in 10 exploration licences, including 6 licences in the North Sea, 3 licences in the Norwegian Sea and 1 licence in the Southern Barents Sea. 5 of the newly awarded licences will be operated by Lundin Energy Norway.

Offers were also given to the following companies (shares/operatorships):

  • Aker BP (15/7)
  • A/S Norske Shell (2/1)
  • Chrysaor (4/1)
  • Concedo (3/0)
  • ConocoPhillips (3/3)
  • DNO (10/3)
  • Idemitsu (3/0)
  • KUFPEC (1/0)
  • Longboat (1/0)
  • LOTOS (4/0)
  • M Vest (2/0)
  • Neptune (2/2)
  • OKEA (4/3)
  • OMV (3/1)
  • ONE-Dyas (3/0)
  • Pandion (3/0)
  • Petrolia NOCO (2/0)
  • PGNiG (4/3)
  • Source (2/0)
  • Spirit (7/2)
  • Suncor (2/0)
  • Sval (3/0)
  • TotalEnergies (1/0)
  • Vår Energi (10/5)
  • Wellesley (3/1)
  • Wintershall Dea (7/4)

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